Comtrain and SafetyLMS Join Forces

Comtrain USA, a training organization with a rich history in the telecommunications industry, has joined the parent company of SafetyLMS, a training provider in industries including telecom with a particular focus on tower safety. Comtrain offers courses in tower and safety rescue, rigging, operating capstan hoists, ascenders and more. With both online and in-person options, Comtrain will now partner with SafetyLMS to enhance training capabilities and curriculum, focusing on delivering what they deem a best-in-industry safety regimen and improving industry safety in general.

“SafetyLMS is incredibly proud to partner with Comtrain in our mission of keeping North America’s industrial and telecommunications workers safe and productive on the job, and we believe that in working together, we can stay focused on making the wireless tower industry safer than it has ever been,” commented JP Jones, President of SafetyLMS. 

While both companies will continue to operate separately, the leadership and training teams will work to standardize curriculum, processes, and best practices. A critical component, according to Jones, will also include seeking input from key industry stakeholders. The companies hope to be able to share one set of best-of-both worlds curriculum and training processes, improving industry safety, quality and consistency. 

“We are excited to pair the telecommunications industry’s most tenured training company with the expert technical capabilities and innovative technology SafetyLMS has established. Joining forces will make the industry a better place. I’m also excited to see Shayne Campbell continue to grow as he assumes responsibility for Comtrain,” remarked Zane Windham, President of Comtrain.

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